Dòng is a piece that embraces the performative aspect of painting. The idea undergoes the making process is to erase the gap between human and art mediums, as when most art mediums are used as a tool for artist expression, the human body becomes the tool for artistic expression. The painting embodies two levels in the art-making process – consciousness and unconsciousness. As for “consciousness”, the participant of the performance were programmed to a series of specific instructions in order to convey a sense of grid and order, and it makes up the base of the painting. As a contrast, when “unconsciousness” lays on top of the base, the idea was to embrace a sense of randomness while the participants were blindfolded and when they move, the movements were distinctive acts that are based on their natural instincts.